While installing Ubuntu on my new commodore 64, I hit the AC adapter, shutting off power to the whole computer. So I restarted and Ubuntu surprising came up, even after the computer shutting off during the install. But I am running on a very broken ubuntu. There is a Install RELEASE icon, and when I run it it take me to the install, but it can't install Ubuntu cause it can't de-mount the drive. I tried booting to my Live USB but this keyboard doesn't have an F8 or F12 key so I can't get to a boot menu. Please help! I cannot run most programs like Gparted. I want to just format the drive but it won't let me.
How did you manage to boot from USB before beginning the installation? The same way should work again.
Edit: that was supposed to be a comment. :~)
Edit bodhi.zazen - The OP posted the solution as a comment
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If you want to just wipe the hard drive, use dd